New 1:18 Scale Diecast Formula 1 and Le Mans Models from CMC Exclusive Models.

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CMC 1:18 scale die cast Formula 1 model of the Ferrari 500 F2 1952 Chassis number 5 

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M-056A

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This is a custom 1:18 scale model exclusive to Motorabilia in Australia, it uses the CMC Ferrari 500 F2 as the donor model. Professionally applied racing numbers bring you this 1953 World Championship car of the great Alberto Ascari with a special Western Australian History. Chassis number 5 was the fifth example of six Ferrari 500 F2 racing cars built by Ferrari. Alberto Ascari and chassis number 5 dominated Formula One for the next two seasons winning back to back titles in 1952/53. 

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In late 1954 Tony Gaze acquired the former Ascari car which had been renumbered by the factory with a new plate 0480 and had the Ferrari upgraded with a larger capacity 2.5 liter engine. Over the next few years Tony raced the famous Ferrari with much success before selling the Ferrari to Lex Davison. Lex won two of his four Australian Grand Prix’s with the Ferrari, becoming one of the most successful racing teams in Australia. The car was sold onto a number of Australian owners spending a number of years in Western Australia, being raced at Caversham by Doug Green

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Ferrari 500 F2 1952

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M-056

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The Ferrari 500 F2 features heavily in debates about the greatest racing car of all time. That it is powered by a superb 2-liter 4-cylinder engine sometimes comes as a surprise to the initiated. But bolted into the benign Formula 2 chassis, the 500 F2 was unbeatable. Alberto Ascari won every circuit race in both the 1952 and 1953 seasons, taking the Championship title two years running!

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These are the last of these Ferrari models from CMC once there are gone they are gone forever. They have a level of detail that is beyond anything else I have seen. They also show the Ferrari 500 F2 to it's best, fuelling the debate about the most beautiful car of all time.  It is going to be hard to decide which is the best CMC's or Exoto's I think I will have one of each! 

 

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CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB 1961

M-054 (Yellow Road Version)

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The legendary Ferrari 250 GT SWB mediates superbly between being a road car and an excellent racing car. In fact, the Ferrari set a historic record in terms of the number of victories clinched by a single model during its ten years of active participation in car racing.

 

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CMC has dedicated itself to reproducing the luxury edition of the 250 GT SWB – based on a street-version built in 1961. The all-metal model is composed of 1.141 parts and it is completely hand-assembled. The inviting leather interior and fully detailed V12 engine are so real. 

Ferrari250 GT             Ferrari 250 GT

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CMC 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the MASERATI 250F, 1957

mASERATI 250F

Monaco GP winner from 1957 as piloted by Juan Fangio 

M-101

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The Maserati 250 F is called the most beautiful Monoposto that ever hit the racetrack. Also the year 1957 was doubtless one of the most distinguished of the companies and Juan Manuel Fangio's history. 

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Another great version of the Maserati 250F by CMC, this is the Monaco GP winner from 1957 as piloted by Juan Fangio. CMC produces some of the most accurate finished models available to the modern day collector. These are true museum quality replicas,sure to please even the most demanding collectors. Just check out those leather seats!

 Moss led away on the first lap of the Monaco GP with Collins, Fangio, and Hawthorn following. On lap 4 coming out of the tunnel, there was mayhem. Moss went straight through the chicane, sending debris from the wrecked barrier onto the circuit. Collins crashed through the quayside barriers trying to avoid the debris while Fangio and Brooks slowed to make their way through the. Brooks' was then hit by Mike Hawthorn's Ferrari, which lost a wheel. Fangio took the lead and held it to the checkered flag.

CMC Mercedes Benz W 154 Richard Seaman #16 German Grand Prix winner 1938

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M-098

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In 1938 a new racing formula was introduced by which the displacement of racing cars with a compressor was limited to 3 litres. 
Mercedes Benz developed an entirely new V12-engine with 485 hp for the W 154, A fifth gear was added and was directly mounted on the De Dion rear axle. One tank was in the rear, a second in the cockpit, above the driver's legs.

 

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Dick Seaman dominated the German Grand Prix of 1938 taking the lap record early in the race and coming home to be the first British Driver to win a Grand Prix in 16 years.

CMC 1:18 scale die-cast Grand Prix model of the Mercedes Benz  W25, 1934

The Silver Arrow is born!

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M-033

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2nd June 1934: The evening before the Eifel Race at the Nürburgring the acceptance examination takes place for the cars attempting to enter in the new 750 kg racing formula.

The weigh in of the shining white Monoposto shows a weight of 751 kgs. A catastrophe, it means disqualification. 
But the Mercedes crew don't give up. 

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That one kilogram had to be reduced somehow. Finally an ingenious solution: All they had to do is remove the paintwork. So over night the paint is sanded off completely.

In its shining silver aluminium body it is  exactly 750 kgs - and a rousing victory for Mercedes-Benz and the driver Manfred von Brauchitsch.

The enthusiastic press named the racing car "Silver Arrow". Rightly so, then of the eight Grand Prix Races in the first season the silver arrow  wins four first places and three second places. 


Blue Wonder

 CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of the Mercedes-Benz Racing Car Transporter "The blue Wonder", 1954/55 REVISED EDITION 

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M-1
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In 1954, the Mercedes-Benz experimental department created a hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind model -- the Mercedes-Benz racing car transporter. It used the drive train and many other components from the Mercedes Benz 300 SL. With a deep blue finish, soft curves and a top speed of 170 km/hr , the “Blue Wonder” caused as much attention as the racing cars that it transported.

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For years, the “Blue Wonder” was one of CMC's best sellers. Years have elapsed since this model was sold out, and it is time to bring it back. But instead of producing a remake of the old M-036, CMC are introducing a new version that incorporates improvements and newly discovered exterior details and accessories. For example, the chromed wheel covers, embellishment of Mercedes star inlaid in the front, stone-chip guards on the rear fenders, lights for the rear number plate, an oval national symbol “D” on the rear bumper and auxiliary head lamps with orange-colored lens. After all, your W196 Monoposto, 300 SLR Mille Miglia and the Uhlenhaut Coupé need to have their transporter back!

CMC 1:18 scale die cast  Ferrari 312P engine

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M-121

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 The Ferrari 312P was powered by the by a superb 3-liter 12-cylinder engine  with a maximum output of 420 hp, it featured fuel-injection, four valves-per-cylinder and twin-cams,  it was given a five-speed gearbox, mounted in the semi-monocque chassis.

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Nicely done in 1:18 scale by CMC this is the Ferrari 312P engine. This engine comes it it's own showcase so that you can display the highly detailed craftsmanship that CMC offers.

  Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B #19 24 Hour of Le Mans  

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A die- cast 1:18 scale model by CMC

M-111

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In 1937 Alfa Romeo developed the 8C 2900B, an entirely new model. Powered by a straight 8-cylinder engine, it boasted an output of 180 hp that could sustain a speed of 200km/hr. Highly motivated to do well in the 24-hour of Le Mans, Alfa Romeo employed the renowned coachbuilder Touring to build an aerodynamic and lightweight body. Equipped with two Roots superchargers, the 2.9-litre eight-cylinder inline engine was capable of yielding an improved maximum output of 220 hp and a top speed of 245km/hr.

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A veteran team for long distance racing, Raymond Sommer and Clemente Biondetti took off with No. 19 at Le Mans. By the 20th hour of the race, the 2900B was leading by 11 laps or 160 km ahead of the next best competitor and was seemingly safe from any challenge, when its right front tire burst. Raymond Sommer managed to bring the car under control and stay on the track before making a pit stop. It was found that the ruptured tire had caused damage to the engine mounting bracket, and there was an oil leakage. Refusing to give up, Clemente Biondetti drove the car for two more laps until a damaged valve compelled them to call it quits. 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of the Auto Union Type C 1937

 

M-034

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The Body developed by Ferdinand Porsche, was  revolutionary with a V 16 engine behind the driver and in front of the rear axle. 

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The 6 litre engine aided by a Roots supercharger  reached maximum performance in the third stage of development of 520 hp at 5000 rpm. This power required the highest sensitivity and absolute driving knowledge of the pilot. 
Bernd Rosemeyer was the superior driver of the time and  with his type C  they prevented the absolute dominance of Mercedes.  Unfortunately he died in an attempt to beat Mercedes Benz at  the World Land Speed Record.

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Porsche 901 1964

On the 12th of September in 1963, Porsche introduced the Type 901 as the successor of the Porsche 356 at the IAA in Frankfurt.

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M-067A Yellow

M-067B Green

M-067C Ivory      Sold Out

M-067D Blue       Sold Out

M-067 Dark/Blue - Sold Out

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 Just one year later, with the 901 ready for series production, Peugeot intervened, because they owned the copyright for all three digit model designations with a "0" in the middle. But before Porsche was able to make amends, production of the Type 901 had already started and a total of 82 units were delivered by the factory. All of them carried the designation "901". Subsequently, the 901 became the 911, a legendary car that still raises the heartbeat of every sports car enthusiast. Based on aesthetics that emphasized clear and simple beauty, a design that has stood the test of time. 

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 Ferry Porsche was succinct, when he said later: "This design shaped the unique character of all Porsche sports cars." Every one has dreamed of owning a 911. To those that are still dreaming – CMC now offers the 901 in a most faithful and gorgeously-crafted replica. It is composed of 971 single parts. Finally the Porsche 901 has a miniature that does justice to its original and unparalleled beauty.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
• 6-cylinder boxer engine with air cooling • Bore x stroke: 80 x 66 mm • Displacement: 1,991 ccm • Maximum output: 96 KW / 130 hp at 6,100 rpm • Topspeed: 210 km / h • Two doors; 2 + 2 seater, self-supporting coupé body of sheet steel • Wheel base: 2,211 mm • Total length: 4,163 mm • Production period /produced quantity of Type 901: 1964 (82 series-units) 


CMC Mercedes Benz W 154, 1938

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M-025

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In 1938 a new racing formula was introduced by which the displacement of racing cars with a compressor was limited to 3 litres. 
Mercedes Benz developed an entirely new V12-engine with 485 hp for the W 154, A fifth gear was added and was directly mounted on the De Dion rear axle. One tank was in the rear, a second in the cockpit, above the driver's legs.

 

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In this vehicle the drivers Caracciola, Lang, von Brauchitsch and Seaman of the Daimler-Benz team gained one victory after the other. In 1938 Caracciola became European Champion. At the French Grand Prix, Mercedes-Benz gained a triple victory: von Brauchitsch came in first, Caracciola second and Hermann Lang third. In 1939 Hermann Lang became European Champion with the further developed W 154.

 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Le Mans

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M-80  White  #22 Restored Le Mans
The Testa Rossa, literally "red head" in English, owes its name to the valve covers of its 12-cylinder engine being painted red. As one of the most hot-blooded and successful race cars of all time, it led Ferrari to win several Sports Car World Championships and three Le Mans victories (1958 / 60 / 61), among others. There is good reason that this car is one of the best remembered classics in automotive history. $493 AUD

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With its prowess, its unique beauty and elegance, the Testa Rossa touched off a fascination that has stayed with racing enthusiasts around the world to this day. Sergio Scaglietti, an exceptionally gifted automobile designer, had Formula 1 in the back of his mind when he started his work on the body design. The distinctive front styling proved to be a trademark of his design, causing instant excitement. No less breath-taking were its extremely drawn-in front fenders. They were designed to give the Testa Rossa’s front drum brakes better cooling. Soon everybody in the international racing circles started talking about the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa "Pontoon Fender".

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of Mercedes Benz W 165, 1939

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M-018

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The most glamorous Grand Prix races of the thirties took place in the north African city of Tripoli. From 1939 the Grand Prix was limited to 1.5 litre cars. So Daimler Benz faced the challenge of developing a new car in minimum time. At a record pace they succeeded in building an entirely new racing car in only 8 months - the 1.5 litre W 165 with a 90 degree V8 engine and  remarkable power of 254 bhp. This vehicle gained Mercedes and Hermann Lang victory and a place in motor sport history.

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CMC 1:18 scale die cast Grand Prix model of the Ferrari Tipo 156 Shark Nose 1961 F1 World Champion Phil Hill 

Italian GP winner

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M-068

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The 1961 Formula 1 season had a new rule type. The racing teams had to switch their engines from 2.5 to 1.5 liters. Ferrari found itself in a very good position. They had developed a V6 mid-mounted engine with a 120 degrees cylinder angle and a maximum output of 190 hp. The new Ferrari 156 F1 had a very unusual front design. Pretty soon, people gave it the nickname Sharknose.

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CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of the Auto Union Type D 1938

 

M-027

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Auto Union and the Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari were very successful with the Type D. Nuvolari won the Grand Prix both in Italy and in Donnington in 1938 and also the Grand Prix in Belgrade in 1939, which was the last Grand Prix for a long time and brought a great era to an end. In 1939 Hermann Paul Müller won the French Grand Prix with the type D.

 

CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of the Mercedes W 196 R Streamliner driven by Juan Fangio in his 1954 World Championship Year

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M-128A

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In 1954 Mercedes-Benz returned after the war to  Formula-1-racing. At the premiere in Reims, three new Silver Arrows arrived  and with their completely new body they caused a lot of excitement with the audience and a lot of nervousness with their competitors. The world has never seen before such an elegant and streamlined racing car. Fangio in number 18 and Kling in number 20 started off in the front row beside Ascari in a Maserati 250F.  Sold Out   

After Ascari retired from the race in lap 1, the two Ferraris of Gonzalez and Hawthorn chased the two leading W196R of Fangio and Kling. Hans Herrmann in W198R number 22 started in 5th but after seven laps he passed Hawthorn and then overtook Gonzales in the 11th lap. Now all the three W196R were leading the race until the 17th lap, when Herrmann retired with engine failure. Towards the end of the race, a dramatic battle for the championship took place between Fangio and Kling. It was by a razor-thin margin that Fangio won, he was only 1 meter ahead of Kling at the finishing line. 

 CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of the Ferrari 312P Spider 1968

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M-095

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Due to a change of rules, Ferrari found itself devoid of a car suitable for the 1968 season of international sports car racing. Much to the surprise of the international racing world, however, by the end of 1968, the Scuderia had come up with a prototype Ferrari 312P for the 1969 season. The first sports car that they built for the forthcoming races had an open-top Spyder body and a twelve-cylinder, three-litre engine with a maximum output of 420 hp.  Sold Out A showdown came on March 31, 1969, when the 312P was pitted against hotly-favored rivals, such as the Porsche 908, Ford GT 40 and the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 at the world-famous 12 Hours of Sebring endurance race. Eventually the 312P team of Chris Amon and Mario Andretti clinched an impressive second place in the overall standings and one class victory. The Sebring runner-up car with starting number 25 is now replicated by CMC as a high-end model in scale 1:18. This extraordinary miniature may well deserve a place of honor in your private “pits.”
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Ferrari 250 GTO

 CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of the Ferrari 250 GTO Le Mans Class winner 1962

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M-155

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A highlight of the 30th 24 Hours of Le Mans was the debut of the newly-developed Ferrari 250 GTO, while in the experimental class, the driver-duo Olivier Gendebien /Phil Hill raced a highly powerful Ferrari 330 TRI/LM Testa Rossa Spyder to the first place in overall standing. In the GT class, Ferrari driver-duo Pierre Noblet/Jean Guichet in 250 GTO #19 took out 1st place in the GT class but also 2nd position in overall standing. Three of the participant GTO’s finished in the top six places, thus making Le Mans 1962 one of the most successful racing events for Ferrari to this day. Sold Out

•Hand-crafted model  built from 1,867 partsl
•Functional engine hood, with a supporting rod, quick release locks, and leather belt fastening
•Functional doors with sliding windows
•Trunk lid has a supporting rod and opens, spare wheel
•Rear fuel tank filler with a flip-open cover
•Wired wheels with removable Borrani central hub nuts
•Detailed V12 engine, fully accessorized, plumbed and wired
•Detailed interior, with roll cage, seat belts and leather trim 
•Dashboard with a full array of instruments and controls
•Detailed undercarriage, functioning front and rear suspensions, stainless steel oil, fuel tank and exhaust system.
•Detachable stainless-steel bottom plate
• 3 front air-intakes have mountable covers included
•Additional wind and insect deflector made of sheet metal for the left air-intake in the engine hood
•Sheet-metal covers for the vent arches of the rear wheels
•Flip-open caps with locking eyelets for coolant and the oil
•No exterior mirrors or vent opening in the rear window
•Tail lights mounted on two elevated columns of the rear end
•The grille has a round red lamp in place of the Prancing Horse
•Front/rear license plates bearing the registration MO-77914
•A video-camera mounted above the driver seat in the cockpit 

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CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of Maserati 300 S Le Mans 1958

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M-108

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The Story of the Maserati 300S and Le Mans centers around  Spanish gentleman driver Francisco Godia Sales of Barcelona. Godia-Sales enjoyed a close relationship with the Maserati factory, he had raced a 4CL in 1948 and also owned two 250Fs, his 300S received many factory modifications during it's racing life.  New features for the 300S LM included the incorporation of larger 450S brakes and the a five-speed needle roller bearing gearbox. Sold Out  

Godia Sales took his refreshed 300S to Le Mans for the 24 Hour race, again partnered by Jo Bonnier and equipped for the occasion with long distance driving lights, covered air intakes and race no. '1', but again the Hispanic-Swedish duo retired, this time due to electrical problems.

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic 1938 

 

M-083 Blue

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M-085 Black

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The Type 57 SC Atlantic was a masterpiece developed by Jean Bugatti, the only son of the great "patron" Ettore Bugatti. It was an extraordinary feat of automotive engineering at that time, both in design and construction. Only three examples were built; Powered by a 3.3 liter inline 8-cylinder engine, the Type 57 SC Atlantic was the fastest street car of its time. No other car was comparable to the elegance and perfection of this breath-taking two-seater. Sold Out

The Atlantic combined beauty and function in its aerodynamic design. This starts with the end-to-end riveted dorsal seam that gives the car a unique character, and continues with the headlamps that are shaped in the appearance of "eyes." These are just two examples of the many distinctive traits that are exquisitely recreated in our model. Combined, the details are what give this model its great charisma and exceptional grace. It takes more than 1,700 single parts, mounted by the hand, to create this arduous piece of art on wheels.

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the MASERATI 250F, 1957

 

 

M-051

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The Maserati 250 F is called the most beautiful Monoposto that ever hit the racetrack. Also the year 1957 was doubtless one of the most distinguished of the companies and Juan Manuel Fangio's history. On the 4th of August 1957, at the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring. Fangio won what is regarded as the greatest GP of all time. 

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Fangio was on a 2 stop strategy while his biggest rivals Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins, both driving the Ferrari 801 F1 were on 1 stoppers.  Fangio had a 23sec. lead when he came in for his pit stop at the half way point. Plenty of time to refuel and change tyres but there was a problem changing the wheels and Fangio rejoined the race 45sec. behind his rivals. He began the drive of his life, over the remaining 10 laps he set a new lap record 7 times, beating his own qualifying time by 8 sec. One by one he passed the Ferrari's of Hawthorne, Collins then Musso to greet the chequered flag with a  3 sec. lead. In honour of this event CMC have release a limited edition of Fangio's winning car with the world champion's hard earned number 1. 

CMC 1:18 scale die cast Formula 1 model of the Mercedes W 196 Monoposto 1954/55

M-006

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Worldwide famous drivers made this racing car legendary. Fangio became world-champion with this car in 1954 and 55. Kling, Herrmann and Moss gained many trophies with this car as well. 

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CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB 1961

 M-079 (LeMans) 

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The legendary Ferrari 250 GT SWB mediates superbly between being a road car and an excellent racing car. In fact, the Ferrari set a historic record in terms of the number of victories clinched by a single model during its ten years of active participation in car racing.

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CMC has dedicated itself to reproducing the luxury edition of the 250 GT SWB – based on a street-version built in 1961. The all-metal model is composed of 1.141 parts and it is completely hand-assembled. The inviting leather interior and fully detailed V12 engine are so real. 

 Le Mans version (M079) with authentic Blue leather interior and fabric seats.  

 ”Gentlemen, start your engines!“ 

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CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of Maserati 300 S 1956

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M-105

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The Maserati 300S was produced  between 1955–58 and competed in the FIA's World Sportscar Championship. The 3.0-litre engine was rated at 245 bhp (183 kW) at 6200 rpm and based on the Straight-6 design of the Maserati 250F but incorporated a longer stroke to increase the capacity from the original 2.5-litres and used three Weber 42DCO3 carburettors. A trellis structure was used instead of the tubular one of the 250F, and the aluminium body was by Medardo Fantuzzi. The brakes were the same as the 250F, beautifully machined alloy drums with extensive fining. The suspension was also of the same design as the 250F.

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 New features for the 300S included the incorporation of a DeDion type rear axle, a transverse four speed gearbox and two chain driven camshafts.

This is the model of the car that won at the Nurburgring in 1956 and finished second overall in the championship.

 CMC 1:18 scale die cast  model of the Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder, silver 1961

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M-093

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Limited edition of 2,500.

Nicely done in 1:18 scale by CMC, featuring highly detailed engine, chassis and real leather interior, this is the 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder convertible in silver.
The Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder is a convertible that set a benchmark for every roadster in the early 1960's. For drivers, this car is an epitome of freedom , presentation and pleasure. It also has a superb engine, elegance and style. This is sure to be a great addition to any 1:18 scale collection. Limited edition of 2,500.

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  Mercedes SSKL Mille Miglia 1931

Mercedes SSKL German Grand Prix 1931

 

M-055

 

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M-082

 

By 1931 Alfa Romeo and Bugatti had become serious opponents for Mercedes-Benz on the race track.  Professor Ferdinand Porsche, head of Mercedes-Benz’s racing car development, responded by reducing the weight of the SSK, known as “White Elephant“ because of its size, overwhelming power and white painting. Over 125 kg were shed after holes were drilled in the frame and every other possible place that was not safety-relevant. 

 

M-055

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As a result, the SSK transformed into the SSKL (Super Sport Kurz Leicht = Super Sport Short Light). With this new racing car, Afred Neubauer (head of the racing department) and his very small crew, undertook their greatest racing adventure ever at the Mille Miglia in 1931.


We are celebrating the 75th anniversary of this terrific victory in 2006. CMC observes the occasion of this event with a perfect replica of the unforgetable champion car.  This all-metal model is composed of 1,885 parts.

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CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Maserati Tipo 61 (Birdcage), 1960

M-062

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A graceful body designed by the mastermind Giulio Alfieri, who integrated a light frame of barely 30 kg made with more than 200 single pieces of tube. Because of this engineering innovation, the Maserati Tipo 60/61 acquired the legendary nickname “Birdcage”. Only 23 units were made during the years from 1959 through 1961.

Dan Gurney Autographed Edition

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 In May 1960, Stirling Moss and Dan Gurney won the 1,000-km race of Nürburg-ring. With the starting number 5, they accomplished an outstanding victory in the pouring rain against keen competition.  This model is an exact replica of the winning car of Moss/ Gurney. What is extraordinary about its build is the adherence of its body to a cage-like framework.  circle of racing car manufacturers. 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Mercedes Benz 300 SLR

M-076

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Of the nine W196s chassis built, one was destroyed in the Le Mans disaster. Of the eight that remained Mercedes motorsport chief Rudolf Uhlenhaut had ordered two to be set aside for modification into a sort of hybrid between the SLR and the SL, featuring a slightly widened version of the SLR's chassis with enclosed bodywork for aerodynamic purposes. The high sill beams of the spaceframe required the fitment of the famous 'gull-wing' doors.

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 Back then, while the fastest BMW was capable of reaching 170 km/h, and the fastest Porsche, even up to 200 km/h, the Uhlenhaut coupé could speed at nearly 300 km/h. It surely caused a lot of amazement as well as jealousy. If you want to see the original Uhlenhaut coupé, you have to visit the Daimler museum in Stuttgart, Germany. If you want to see it every day, however, just put our incomparably beautiful model on display in your cabinet.

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of the Auto Union Type C 1936 German Grand Prix Winner - Rosemeyer #4

M-073

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In the 1936 German GP Bernd Rosemeyer became the "Master of the Mist"! 

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Initially Mercedes lead the race but the shorter W25 handled badly on the fast Nurburgring, Nuvolari in the Alfa Romeo inherited the lead after Caracciola crashed out but Rosemyer was hunting him down in the Auto Union. The rain ended but then the mist rolled in on the Mountians, Nuvolari miss judged a corner in the mist and damaged a his rear axle forcing him to retire. Rosemeyer raced on as the mist thickened, winning the race with Hans Stuck 2nd in his Auto Union and Antonio Brivio 3rd for Scuderia Ferrari in the Alfa Romeo 12C 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 312P Berlinetta 1969 Le Mans car

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Limited Edition of 69 pieces world wide

This is a custom 1:18 scale model exclusive to Motorabilia in Australia, it uses the CMC Ferrari 312P Coupe as the donor model. We have professionally applied the racing decals to bring you this 1969 LeMans version as driven by Pedro Rodriguez and David Piper. The #18 Ferrari 312 P low-drag Berlinetta was entered in the 1969  Le Mans, qualifying 4th on the grid but failed to finish, completing 223 laps effectively in 19th position at the end.

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During the 1969 season, the Porsche 917 made it clear that only a similar 5-litre car would challenge it. Ferrari channeled their efforts into the new 5-litre V12 Group 5 512 sports cars. At the end of the season the two remaining 312 Ps were sold to Chinetti's North American Racing Team. The 312 P returned for the 1970 Le Mans, finishing 10th. It is said that if the factory made more cars, and backed the teams more that the car could have dominated as it was very agile and fast.

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ferrari 312P Berlinetta

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M-096

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Beautifully replicated in 1:18 scale by CMC, this is the 1969 Ferrari 312P Berlinetta. After the initial races with the 312P Spyder, the Scuderia considered the results somewhat unsatisfying, except for the Sebring competition. So they plunged into the 2nd phase of development. In late April of 1969, a new 312P was introduced to the public. This version was equipped with a roof for better aerodynamic effect. 

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At the race in Spa – Francorchamps, the Berlinetta achieved a great 2nd place. Although the 312P never became one of Ferrari`s most successful race cars, it is always remembered as one of the most beautiful Berlinettas. As with all CMC models, this one is sure to please even the most demanding collectors. 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of the Bugatti T35 1924

Simply a piece of art. 

Take a close look at this model and be transported back to a world of art, design and elegance that was the 1920s – the world of Ettore Bugatti. 

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Hand-assembled from 926 parts, this miniature is a fine example of the authentic reproduction and superior craftsmanship that only CMC can bring to you. Ettore Bugatti's factory in Molsheim set the pace for the young automobile industry. With his T35, he created the superior racing car of the era. From the T35's Grand Prix premiere at the European Grand Prix of Lyon on the 3rd of August 1924, to today, the Bugatti T35 remains the unparalleled record holder with 1,851 documented victories. 

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Model Features
Front wheels in typical Bugatti style with positive camber and steering box with functioning worm gear 
Steering wheel with cord wrapping
Dashboard in brushed metal including all instruments and  magneto
Movable lever for the hand oil pump
 Hand break lever activates rear wheel brake 
Highly detailed 8-cylinder engine 
         All body screws are secured in the famous Bugatti style with stainless steel wire 
Folding engine hoods with open cooling slots and two fastening leather belts with real buckles
Cable-operated brake on the front axle 
Removable metal wheels in cast aluminium design with original quad winged ring nut 
Fully functional suspension with friction shock absorber on the front axle 


CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Mercedes McLaren 300 SLR 1955


1955 was the year that Mercedes withdrew from racing due to the tragic accident at Le mans that year. The 300 SL and SLR had dominated sports cars racing for years prior. 

Hand-made from more than 1,500 single parts. It is a precision model that incorporates well documented historic details and authentic replication.

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M-063

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In 1955 Mercedes-Benz introduced its 300 SLR for the first time at the Mille Miglia. Thanks to his driving skills and the reliability of his 300 SLR, Stirling Moss took the lead in Rome. After 10 hours, 17 minutes and 48 seconds, the duo of Moss and Jenkinson crossed  finishing line to become the victors. They reached an unbelievable average speed of 157.65 km/h. An unparalleled record for a long time to come. J.M. Fangio, also driving a 300 SLR, finished 2nd to complete a dual triumph of for  Mercedes-Benz. You don’t even have to do without Denis Jenkinson’s roller-map, for we have a miniature version of that equipment added.

 

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Model Features
 Delivered with the service hatch open, just the way Moss had it for the race to save time in the case of emergency. The panel can easily be mounted on the magnetic frame.
Moss's three-spoke steering wheel.
 Wheels can be removed by a three-winged nut.
Includes the Roller-Map innovation by Denis Jenkinson.
Removable front and rear spare wheels in different sizes.
 Spoked-wheels on aluminium rims. Each stainless-steel spoke is mounted with a single nipple.
A tank-access flap is integrated in the driver’s headrest. The filler neck underneath is equipped with a removable tank cap made of stainless steel.

8-cylinder in-line engine (installed in a 33° inclination to the right side) Direct fuel injection. Desmodromic valve control. 2,982 cc  Maximum output 310 hp @ 7,500 rpm. Suspension; Wishbone in the front, single hinged swing axle in the rear. Top speed: approx. 300 km/h 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of the Auto Union Type D 1938

 

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Auto Union and the Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari were very successful with the Type D. Nuvolari won the Grand Prix both in Italy and in Donnington in 1938 and also the Grand Prix in Belgrade in 1939, which was the last Grand Prix for a long time and brought a great era to an end. In 1939 Hermann Paul Müller won the French Grand Prix with the type D.

 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Mercedes W 196 R Streamliner  1954/55

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M-044

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In 1954 Mercedes-Benz returned after the war to  Formula-1-racing. At the premiere in Reims, three new Silver Arrows arrived  and with their completely new body they caused a lot of excitement with the audience and a lot of nervousness with their competitors. The world has never seen before such an elegant and streamlined racing car. The Mercedes of Juan Manuel Fangio and Karl Kling realised a terrific double at first go. 

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Fangio became 1954/1955 double world champion, but also Kling, Stirling Moss, Hans Hermann and Piero Taruffi were celebrated stars. They all celebrated a lot of triumphs with the streamline version and also with the parallel use of the W 196 Monoposto, on slower tracks.
This story of  success ended like it began. The Grand-Prix seasons last race in 1955 in Monza, Fangio was again able to win with the streamline version. Mercedes retired from Formula-1-racing one more time. And the glorious era of the Silver Arrow ended. 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the Mercedes Benz 300 SLR personal company car of Rudolf Uhlenhaut 

 

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Limited edition of 4000 pieces

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To Mark the 125th anniversary of Mercedes that takes place in 2011,  CMC have made a special release of the Mercedes Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut coupé. The personal company car of Rudolf Uhlenhaut with it's blue interior instead of red, and a huge silencer system on the exhaust. .

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 For testing, and in preparation for a possible Mercedes participation in the 1956 race season, two road-legal SLRs were built. Due to Mercedes' withdrawal from competitive motorsport at the end of 1955, the programme was abandoned, leaving Uhlenhaut to use one of the cars as a company car. This prolonged road use required the fitting of an extra suitcase-sized muffler to the near-unsilenced exhaust pipes to avoid arrest for breach of the peace. 

CMC 1:18 scale diecast model of the MERCEDES TARGA FLORIO, 1924

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 Instead of the typical white painting of German racing cars of that time, the Targa Florio came with a shining Italian red.

 Rumours are that the Mercedes crew was trying to prevent attacks (throwing of stones) from hot-blooded Sicilian fans.

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The route of the Targa and Coppa Florio, the race of "7.000 curves", led through tight mountain roads right through the mountain villages of Sicily. The Targa Florio included four rounds, the Coppa one more. Each round had a length of 108 km. To win the Targa, doesn't mean to win the Coppa also, because to stay one more round in this hard street race, was no walk in the park.

CMC 1:18 scale die cast Grand Prix model of the Ferrari Tipo 156 Shark Nose 1961 F1 World Champion Phil Hill 

Belgium GP winner

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M-070

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Limited Edition of 6000

The 1961 Formula 1 season had a new rule type. The racing teams had to switch their engines from 2.5 to 1.5 liters. Ferrari found itself in a very good position. They had developed a V6 mid-mounted engine with a 120 degrees cylinder angle and a maximum output of 190 hp. The new Ferrari 156 F1 had a very unusual front design. Pretty soon, people gave it the nickname Sharknose.

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CMC 1:18 scale diecast Grand Prix model of the Mercedes Benz W125 #12 Rudolf Caracciola winner of the 1937 European Championship 

Limited Edition of 3,000

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 The opening Grand Prix in 1937 in Tripolis was won by Hermann Lang. Three weeks later Rudolf Caracciola was listed as victor of the Avus race in Berlin and the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, von Brauchitsch came second. Further triple victories for Mercedes was achieved at Monaco Grand Prix and the Swiss Grand Prix. At the end of the season Rudolf Caracciola won the Grand Prix of Italy and the Masaryk race in Brünn. Due to his four victories during the season in the W 125 Rudolf Caracciola won the European Chmapionship of the year 1937.

 

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This rare and very collectable model is a great example of CMCs engineering and is a delight to explore, discovering  all the hidden detail, one of CMCs forgotten treasures.

Model Features:

* Hand mounted precision model of 687 parts, 586 of metal, 101 of plastic and 37 of photo-etched parts
* Brilliant hand polished paintwork
* Steerable front wheels
* True to the original replication of the 8 cylinder in line engine with full plumbing and wiring details
* Removable engine hood with spring fitted closing hooks
* Dashboard in stainless steel with machined surface
* Seat covered with textile
* Hand assembled radiator grill of stainless steel wires and  metal mesh  
* Wheels with filigree spokes and authentic tyres and tread pattern
* Detailed replication of the brake drums with ventilation and cooling slots

CMC Exclusive Models are designed in Germany and made in China. They compete with Exoto for the distinction of producing the most highly detailed 1:18 die cast model cars in the world! They make the perfect gift for men of distinction.

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